Malaysia is blessed with a high biodiversity of wildlife. Unfortunately, many of its most emblematic animals are under severe threat.
You will help protect Malaysia’s most amazing animals by going on jungle patrols on the borders of Malaysia's largest national park, Taman Negara. The borders are where poaching numbers are highest due to the small strip of forest left connecting the wild animals living in Taman Negara to the rest of the wild animals living in Malaysia.
Through the treks, you will collect valuable footprint data of various jungle animals and also help to dismantle any snares found. A primary goal of the program is to educate the local community on the importance of animal conservation.
- Help identify animal tracks and locate potential spots of animal snares
- Enjoy an overnight camping trip with the indigenous tribe
- Reduce the chances of animals getting trapped
- Help conserve caves in Merapoh by going caving